Unknown World an independent, black and white science fiction film from 1951 directed by Terry Morse and starring Victor Killian, Marilyn Nash,Jim Bannon and Otto Waldis. It was produced by Jack Rabin and Irving Block and released by Robert L. Lippert, the same trio involved in 1957's Regalscope production, Kronos. Terry Morse was the B movie director who completed the Americanized Gorija as Godzilla, King of the Monsters.Victor Killian, who plays the leading character of... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: 1950s, Sci-Fi, Terry Morse, Robert Lippert, Jack Rabin, Irving Block, Victor Killian, volcanoes,...
Dr Warren Jones an eccentric astronomer finds an entity from another world who is lost and wanting to be returned home. There is more information about this film at IMDb ( 4 reviews ) Topics: The Shoe Box, Sci-Fi, time travel
A much improved, widescreen copy of Antonio Margheriti's first Italian space opera, "Assignment Outer Space," also known as "Spacemen." The claim made in the Wikipedia article below that this film was released on a triple bill with "First Spaceship on Venus" and "The Mysterians" is a fantasy. It was originally released with "Phantom Planet," and was (arguably) the better film on that double bill. This film is interesting for having a black... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Assignment Outer Space, Antonio Margheriti, Rik Van Nutter, Archie Savage, Spaghetti Sci-Fi,...
2010 science fiction / horror feature film. Plot: Unemployed writer, Paul Mantel, has been chosen by Sheila, an agent of "the hive" to provide food to a hungry colony of space aliens hiding in a remote Oregon forest -- aliens that have an appetite for human flesh! This film made its premier at the 2010 Big Bear Horror Film Festival in Big Bear California. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Horror, science fiction, aliens, abduction, Oregon
This is an improved, widecreen version of Antonio Margheriti's "Battle of the Worlds" ("Il pianeta degli uomini spenti") starring Claude Rains. Battle of the WorldsFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaPianeta degli uomini spenti, IlTheatrical release posterDirected byAntonio MargheritiProduced byThomas SagoneScreenplay byEnnio De ConciniStory byEnnio De ConciniStarringClaude RainsBill CarterMusic byMario MigliardiCinematographyRaffaele MasciocchiEdited byMario... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Antonio Margerhiti, Anthony Dawson, Italian Sci-Fi, Gamma One
This is the 75 minute TV version of Roger Corman's (and Charles Griffin's) goofy self-parody "Creature from the Haunted Sea." For television, Monte Hellman wrote, produced and directed about 15 minutes of new footage to get the film up to a marketable length including an absurd theme song as performed by the wonderful Betsy Jones-Moreland. These scenes, presumably shot in 16mm, were never intended for theatrical release, but crop to a 16 x 9 aspect ratio (along with the rest of the... Topics: Roger Corman, Charles B. Griffin, Robert Towne, Monte Hellman, Sci-Fi, Monster Movies, Filmgroup,...
This is a surreal little movie by Billy Wilder's much-less talented older brother, W. Lee Wilder. It was originally released in a 1:85 aspect ratio. This is an attempt to recreate the original aspect ratio using the best public domain print I could find. The 16mm print seemed to be already slightly cropped and a true 1:85 ratio looked too cramped. This version has been blown-up and cropped at about 1:75, not the correct ratio, but much closer to the intended composition.Killers from... Topics: Killers from Space, 1950s Sci-Fi, W. Lee Wilder, Peter Graves
This is the AIP-TV cut of Gamera vs. Barugon with improved color and sharpness. It's generally considered one of the better entries in the series.Gamera vs. BarugonFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaGamera vs. BarugonTheatrical posterDirected byShigeo TanakaProduced byMasaichi NagataWritten byNisan TakahashiStarringKōjirō HongōKyōko EnamiMusic byChūji KinoshitaCinematographyMichio TakahashiEditing byTatsuji NakashizuStudioDaiei FilmDistributed byDaiei Film (Japan)AIP-TV (USA)Release... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Gamera, Barugon, Daiei, Japanese, Kaiju, AIP, American International, Shigeo Tanaka, Kojiro Hongo
An improved version of "Monster from a Prehistoric Planet" from AIP-TV aka "Gappa, the Triphibian Monster" (1967). The story bears a strong resemblance to British monster movie, "Gorgo" (1961). From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaGappa the Triphibian MonsterJapanese posterDirected byHaruyasu NoguchiProduced byHideo KoiWritten byRyuzo NakanishiGan YamazakiStarringTamio KawajiYôko YamamotoYuji OkadaMusic bySeitaro OmoriCinematographyMuneo UedaEditing byMasanori... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Monster from a Prehistoric Planet, Kaiju, Japanese Science Fiction, Sci-Fi, American International,...
This is the AIP-TV version of "Warning from Space" with the Titan soundtrack and greatly improved color and detail, plus no annoying frameline as seen in other public domain versions. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaWarning from SpaceJapanese film posterDirected byKoji ShimaProduced byMasaichi NagataWritten byHideo Oguni (screenplay)Gentaro Nakajima (novel)Jay Cipes (English dialogue)Edward Palmer (English dialogue)StarringKeizo KawasakiToyomi KaritaBin YagasawaShozo... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Warning from Space, Japanese Science Fiction, Sci-Fi, Daiei Film, Koji Shima, American International
Good evening folks, and welcome to the Digital Drive-In. We have a beastly double feature for you, starting with 1976's Track of the Moon Beast, followed by 1977's Snowbeast. Yes, we have a beast for every season. We'll also be featuring a delightfully odd Felix the Cat short, plus all the drive-in trimmings you could ask for. So pull in, sit back, cut the lights, and grab your favorite gal (or guy!). It's showtime! And remember to visit our snack bar, for all your favorite treats! Topics: Digital Drive-In, Drive-In, Snowbeast, Track of the Moon Beast, Double Feature, 101
"The Sword and the Dragon" (1960) is the Americanized version of the Russian film "Ilya Murometz" (1956) released by Valiant Pictures and presented by Joseph Harris and Sig Shore.The Russian original, was directed by famed fantasy film maker and animator, Aleksandr Ptushko, and was derived from Russian folklore. It was reportedly the first Russian film made in Cinemascope and 4-channel stereo sound.The Americanized version was released to television in a pan and... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Feature Films, fantasy, folklore, Russian, Aleksandr Ptushko, Joseph Harris, Sig Shore, Million...
"Voyage to the Planet of the Prehistoric Women" (1968) is the second of two reworkings of "Planeta Bur," a Soviet sci-fi film from 1959. The first was the similarly titled, "Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet" (1962) assembled by director Curtis Harrington for producer Roger Corman."Voyage to the Planet of the Prehistoric Women" was confabulated by Peter Bogdanovich using the pseudonym, Derek Thomas. Working under the dictum that American International... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Feature Films, Sci-Fi, Science Fiction, Roger Corman, Peter Bogdanovich, Pavel Klushantev, Curtis...
One of Larry Buchanan's first films, so don't expect the polish and complex character interactions of his later work, like "Mars Needs Women" or "Zontar, the Thing from Venus." ( 9 reviews ) Topics: Horror, Larry Buchanan, schlock
Creature of Destruction (1967) TV Movie - 80 min - Horror | Sci-Fi A hypnotist is able to predict murders by a terrifying sea monster. In reality, he causes the murders through his lovely assistant, who is the reincarnation of the monster. Director: Larry Buchanan Writer: Tony Huston Stars: Les Tremayne, Pat Delaney and Aron Kincaid ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Sci-fi, Horror, Larry Buchanan, Full Movie, Science Fiction
This version of Zontar is based on this version. The color in the picture was nicer but the sound was very low. Picture is slightly better. Differences The soundtrack has been remastered with higher volume levels, parametric EQ to help with any high-end cracking, bass boost to the low end, and some de-noising and de-crackling. It's not perfect but it's much better. Combined with the enhanced color it makes for a more enjoyable cheesy film experience. The picture has been slightly enhanced but... ( 8 reviews ) Topics: Zontar, Larry Buchanan, Sci-Fi, B-movie
Yet another upload of Zontar, but with one difference: this one doesn't have washed out colors that make everything and everyone a shade of pink or red. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Larry Buchanan, Sci-Fi, B-movie
(1959) Eccentric millionaire Fredrick Loren and his 4th wife, Annabelle, have invited 5 people to the house on Haunted Hill for a "haunted house" party. Whoever will stay in the house for one night will earn ten thousand dollars each. - IMDB This version is 720p. ( 1 reviews )
Intergalactic super-hero Flash Gordon teams up with the brilliant Dr. Zharkov and the lovely Dale Arden to fight evil-doers wherever they are. They take on androids, death rays, and nasty arch-criminals bent on taking over the world. Have no fear, Flash is here! Episodes: 1 Flash Gordon and the Planet of Death (1954) 2 Deadline at Noon (1955) 3 Subworld Revenge (1955) I created a Flash Gordon movie using the three episodes. Enjoy! http://freetv4life.blogspot.com/... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Flash Gordon, The Movie, Movie, Sci-fi, 50's, Classic, Mesh, Video, Full, Length, Movies, 1950s,...
An early 1970's docudrama about a Sasquatch-type creature that terrorized the small town of Fouke, Arkansas for several years. Many of the persons who claim to have experienced these events actually played themselves in this movie version. The film had a big premiere in Fouke and went on to become a minor drive-in hit, grossing over $20 million domestically and appearing repeatedly on many late-night horror TV slots throughout the rest of the 70s, and spawning two sequels and a remake. In... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: thriller, mystery, drama, bigfoot, sasquatch, yeti, boggy creek
The last of the STARMAN (SUPERGIANT in Japan) features from USA producer Walter Manley, edited together from the 1950s Japanese TV advetures. This MPEG2 file is better in quality than the previous upload of this feature already on IA. Topics: Starman, Supergiant, Japanese, Scifi
Welcome Back! Well after a slight delay for some more much needed maintenance here at the good ole drive in, we are pleased to present a very special "Karloff Kristmas". This double feature includes two of Boris' later works - the mexican miricle of weird movie making, "Snake People" as well as the 1963 Roger Corman classic of 3 day film fun, "The Terror". As always, we have included some wonderful trailers for some of the Master's other 1960's scares along with... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Boris Karloff, horror, sci-fi, drive in, drive-in, Corman, Snake People, Terror, bad movies
High-quality version of ''Le Voyage dans la lune'' from the DVD ''Georges Méliès: First Wizard of Cinema''. It includes the celebration scene which many versions seem to omit. Try using the new video player; the standard one doesn't seem to work. ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Georges Méliès, a trip to the moon, le voyage dans la lune, 1902, trip to the moon
Orlacs HÃ¤nde (English language title: "The Hands of Orlac"; French title: "Les Mains d'Orlac") is an Austrian silent film of 1924. This late Expressionist work, produced by Robert Wiene, has been remade twice. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: orlac, silent, film, wiene
With a little luck, you'll be watching Spook Show episode 13 in just a minute. Inspired by Joe Riley and his Hypnotic Eye and Rockula and his Theatre For the Insane, Spook Show returns with our 13th episode. Good luck, bad luck, and lots of clips. Good Luck! Topics: hypnotic eye, theatre for the insane, vance capley, spook show, bela lugosi, karloff, doctor who,...
I saw this at the Ranchmart West theatre in Kansas City in 1972 with my wife and another couple. It sounds silly now but when we left the movie house all four of us were creeped out and avoided the dark for a few days. This print is in the original 2:35.1 LTBX format as seen in most theatres, not a cropped full screen print. I have also uploaded the original theatrical trailer and television spot. It took years of scrounging to finally get my hands on a theatrical print so fans could experience... ( 8 reviews ) Topics: Boggy Creek, Legend, Horror, Bigfoot
The show inspired by Joe Riley and his Hypnotic Eye and Rockula and his Theatre for the Insane is back! This time Her Majesty's best secret agent, a real "Saint", lives and lets die as he is mashed up in a weird world with Mantan Moreland in King of the Zombies! Gadzooks! I've lost my mind! Enjoy the show! ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Bela Lugosi, boris karloff, king, of, the, zombies, live, and.let, die, roger, moore, sean,...
From IMDb: While driving through the desert, a teenage girl is frightened by a seven-foot giant which appears in her path. After escaping, she returns to the site with her boyfriend and her father in an attempt to find the giant. They do, and it proceeds to terrorize them and the rest of Palm Springs, California. Stars: Arch Hall Jr., Marilyn Manning, Richard Kiel, and Arch Hall Sr. The 1GB MPEG4 file was derived from the 2GB MPEG2 found on this page. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Horror, Romance, Musical
MPEG2 and AVI derived from http://www.archive.org/details/SantaClausConquersTheMartiansDVD ATTENTION – PLEASE READ BEFORE VIEWING OR DOWNLOADING THIS ITEM: The uploader of this film has labeled it as in the public domain in the United States of America. But this film may not be in the public domain in the rest of the world. The copyright for this film is owned by STUDIOCANAL in all countries outside of the United States of America where copyright subsists and all rights are reserved by...
From IMDB: A detective investigating the death of a heroin-addicted prostitute uncovers evidence pointing to the existence of a murderous devil cult. This MPEG2 was ripped from Mill Creek's Gore and More 10 Movie box set, this version is sort of widescreen (letterboxed) but it was apparently cropped on both sides to make it a more matted widescreen (why?) I just wanted to let you know that I didn't do this, it was probably whoever was in charge of releasing this film on home media originally.... ( 5 reviews )
Well after some major renovations and reconstruction (after a slight computer mishap), we are pleased to announce that your friendly neighborhod Shocker Drive In is back open for business! (At least until the next CPU crash.) In an effort to celebrate our Grand Re-Reopening, we are pleased to bring you our "Demented" Double Feature - First up we are proud to bring your the excellent Francis Ford Coppola thriller "Dementia 13" followed by the equally creepy Vincent Price in... Topics: drive in, drive-in, horror, sci-fi, Coppola, Vincent Price, Corman, shocker
AKA Dracula Vs. Frankenstein This is the version avilible here, but with a few tweaks. I altered the title sequenc e to fit the rest of the titles. I enhanced the sound, and lightened the pirnt a bit. Also, this is the French version, so it has more scenes than the AKA version Dracula Vs, Frankenstein (Also avilible here in fullscreen.) What a sad film for poor Micheal Rennie (THe Day The Earth Stood Still) to finish his career on. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: sci fi, horror
Als der erste mit einem zweiköpfigen Monster in der Titelrolle genießt dieser Film einen gewissen Kultstatus unter den Science-Fiction- und Horrorfans, die besonders gern an die Szene mit dem dritten Auge erinnern – und die Huldigung in Sam Raimis „Armee der Finsternis“ (1992). Obwohl eine amerikanisch-japanische Koproduktion, waren es Briten, die Regie führten, das Drehbuch lieferten und die beiden Hauptrollen belegten – samt amerikanischem Akzent. Schnickschnack Die Briten Peter... Topics: Spaltung, Science-Fiction, Horror, Gut und Böse, Evolution, Biowissenschaften, Gott spielen
Starman aka Supergiant once again comes to Earth to save us from space aliens. This is the weirdest of the 4 English dubbed Starman/Supergiant imports. Topics: starman, supergiant, schlock, outer space, sci fi, science fiction
Public Access TV show "Weirdness Really Bad Movie" hosts public domain movies and ads clean comedy sketches enjoyable for the whole family. Today's film is the 1968 Roger Corman film, Voyage To The Prehistoric Planet Of Women. Topics: science fiction, sci fi, public domain, mystery, classic TV, classic television
Classic surreal horror movie. An arthouse type of film. This is an unrestored print with non English subtitles. CASTLE OF DOOM an Americanize version dubbed in English is also here in the Archives. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: vampire, horror, castle of doom
Public Access TV show "Weirdness Really Bad Movie" hosts public domain movies and ads clean comedy sketches enjoyable for the whole family. Today's film is the 1960 Roger Corman cult classic "The Little Shop of Horrors" ( 1 reviews ) Topics: weirdness, comedy, mystery, murder, plant, sketch, classic TV, public domain